[music-dsp] Call for papers: CMMR 2004

Stefania Serafin serafin at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Fri Jan 30 05:21:29 EST 2004

                           Call for Papers
 2nd International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval
                              CMMR 2004
                  Esbjerg, Denmark, May 26-29, 2004
                        cmmr2004 at cs.aue.auc.dk


The use of computers in music is well established. CMMR 2004 provides
an opportunity to meet and interact with peers concerned with the
cross-influence of the technological and creative in computer music.

The field of computer music is interdisciplinary by nature and closely
related to a number of computer science and engineering areas such as
information retrieval, programming, human computer interaction,
digital libraries, hypermedia, artificial intelligence, acoustics,
signal processing, etc.

CMMR 2004 invites researchers, educators, composers, performers, and
others with an interest in important aspects of computer music
(including modeling, retrieval, analysis, and synthesis) to come join
us for a unique event.


Original contributions on the following (and other relevant) topics
are encouraged:
  infrastructures for music 
      - music digital libraries modeling 
      - representation and language modeling 
      - distributed system infrastructures 
  indexing and retrieval of music 
      - metadata 
      - standards 
      - protocols 
      - query languages 
      - advanced information retrieval 
  structuring of music data 
      - hypermedia 
      - structural computing 
  collaboration on music 
      - computer supported cooperative work 
  analysis, recognition, comparison, classification, and modeling of music 
      - pattern recognition 
      - signal processing 
      - algoritmics 
      - parsing 
  mining and visualizing music 
      - data mining 
      - visualization 
  synthesis (composition) of music 
      - models for synthesis 
      - automated composition 
  user interfaces for music 
      - human computer interaction 


The symposium will be structured in a traditional manner with paper
presentations. However, there will also be scheduled time for
presentation of computer musical compositions.


Submissions may have any of the following forms: 
Full paper (7 - 10 pages) 
Short paper (3 - 5 pages) 
Computer musical compositions 

All papers will be reviewed by the program committee and accepted
papers will be published after the symposium as post-event proceedings
in the Springer Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS)


Full papers due March 1, 2004 
Short papers due March 1, 2004 
Musical pieces due March 1, 2004 
Acceptance notification April 1, 2004 
Symposium May 26-29, 2004 


Symposium Chair

Uffe Kock Wiil, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark 

Proceedings Chair

Stefania Serafin, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark 

Local Arrangements and Publicity

Uffe Kock Wiil, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark
Stefania Serafin, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark
Jens Arnspang, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark


Program Chair

Richard Kronland-Martinet, CNRS - LMA, Marseille, France 

Music Selection Chair

Lars Graugaard, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark 

Program Committee Members

Jens Arnspang, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark 
Philippe Depalle, McGill University, Montreal, Canada 
Barry Eaglestone, University of Sheffield, UK 
Anders Friberg, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweeden 
Goffredo Haus, University of Milan, Italy 
David L. Hicks, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark 
Henkjan Honing, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
Kristoffer Jensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 
Matti Karjalainen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland 
Henrik Legind Larsen, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark 
Brian Mayoh, University of Aarhus, Denmark 
Jocelyne Nanard, LIRMM, Montpellier, France 
Marc Nanard, LIRMM, Montpellier, France 
Peter J. Nuernberg, Technical University of Graz, Austria 
Francois Pachet, Sony Research Lab, France 
Violaine Prince, LIRMM, Montpellier, France 
Esben Skovenborg, TC Electronic, Denmark 
Julius Orion Smith III, Stanford University, USA 
Leonello Tarabella, CNR, Pisa, Italy 
Daniel Teruggi, INA, Paris, France 
Hugues Vinet, I.R.C.A.M, Paris, France 
Gerhard Widmer, University of Vienna, Austria 
Sølvi Ystad, CNRS - LMA, Marseille, France 

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